One of the special pieces of the Museum of Applied Arts Hungary – painted wood and chromium-plated steel tube frame with mint-colored bauhaus-style waiting room set in a refurbished state with standing chrome ashtray
This set of Model 75 oak armchairs with light beige upholstery was designed by Niels O. Møller and manufactured in Denmark by J.L. Møllers Stolefabrik. A set contains 2 pieces. 2 sets (4 examples) available. Seat height: 45 cm.
Stylish and comfortable: three-piece light brown sofa set on button like legs in nice condition, designed by Karl Wittmann. Dimensions: Three-seater sofa: 224x80x87 cm, Sh.: 43 cm Two-seater sofa: 166x80x87 cm, Sh.: 43 cm Armchair: 102x80x87 cm, Sh.: 43 cm
This teak chair set was made in Denmark in the 1960s by Henning Sørensen. It is a typical example of the characteristic forms of the mid-century Scandinavian design. This filigree chair is organically curved and comfortable with an upholstered backrest....
Very rare German rosewood sideboard, designed by Dieter Wäckerlin for Behr, Germany, 1958. This rosewood wooden sideboard has a very nice long size and plenty of storage space with four doors. With some wear on the front!
Bar coffee table by Willy RIZZO 70s Vintage. Brown melamine veneer on chipboard. Stainless steel central space serving as a bar (can also serve as a plant bin…). In excellent condition (slight traces of normal use). Notice: a chip on...
An huge cigarette box designed by Pietro Fornasetti and manufactured by Atelier Fornasetti Milano. Inside box is in brass and has the original shop label, the enameled parts are decorated with old pipes.
Very nice long sideboard designed by Rolf Rastad & Adolf Relling for Gustav Bahus, Norway, 1950s. This teak wooden sideboard has a very nice long size and plenty of storage space with four sliding doors.